The Truth About Dinosaurs!

Bronwyn WilsonCommunity Action, Learning, Proof of the pudding, Uncategorized

St Peters Lutheran School offers a wonderfully broad and diverse curriculum that allows students to use creativity, critical thinking and extend their areas of interest. In past Inside Stories w e have followed the journeys of various old scholars and in this week’s edition we focus on a past student that has excelled in one of  his areas of interest. We … Read More

Our Offering to God

Bronwyn WilsonFaith in Action, Social issues

Every week in Friday Chapel, we pray… Heavenly Father, thank you for all you have given us.  Accept these gifts and use them to help others.  Amen. When we gather to worship, Christians believe that God comes to us and serves us through his Word.  Wherever the Bible is heard, the Holy Spirit is calling, gathering and enlightening us.  We … Read More

Developing our Number Sense at St Peters!

Bronwyn WilsonLearning

Over the years at St Peters many of our teachers have received training in mathematics based on the work of Professor Doug Clarke from Australian Catholic University in his Early Numeracy Research Project.  This research included developing the Mathematics Assessment Interview (MAI). Last year at St Peters we assessed all our students using this assessment.  This is a proven and … Read More

A New Look!

Bronwyn WilsonCommunity Action, Learning

Bright new spaces, a Year 6/7 Hub, brand new entry points and a new Junior Primary wing of the school is what greeted the families as they returned to a new school year earlier last month. The holidays were a time of refreshment for many of our families and staff, and also for our school, as building improvements were made … Read More

Learning with Blue-Bots

Mark RathjenLearning, Parents and friends, Technology

We have some exciting news to share! Thanks to the generous financial contribution from St Peters Lutheran P&F Committee, our Junior Primary students have recently received the long awaited, much anticipated Blue-Bots! Blue-Bots are the newest addition to the floor robot family, and are similar to Bee-Bots. They are a Blue-tooth enabled robots, controlled by our iPads. They are a … Read More

Sport at St Peters

Mark RathjenSport and extra curricula

Out of School Hours sport is an important part of the St Peters Culture. Our students have a reputation for the fun loving way they approach games and we are often complimented on our sportsmanship, fairness and respect for the opposing teams. We are very proud of our students and the way they conduct themselves and their achievements. Primary school … Read More

Mark RathjenLearning, Special Events, Sport and extra curricula

What do you get when you mix horses, tree climbing, truck rides, awesome playgrounds, playing tennis, butter-making, holding baby chicks and feeding animals?  The Year 2/3 camp to Narnu Farm on Hindmarsh Island!  Camps are such a great opportunity for students to practise all the elements of the Learner Profile.  Here are some examples from the Year 2/3 camp: Risk-taking … Read More

50 years and counting…

Mark RathjenFaith in Action, Special Events

How did you spend the recent October long weekend? Relaxing with family and friends? Perhaps you watched the Western Bulldogs make history by winning their first AFL grand final in 62 years. That weekend marked another historic moment too, when our St Peters Lutheran Church celebrated its 50th anniversary. A special worship service and lunch were held to mark the … Read More

A ‘Child’s Eye’ view of learning!

Mark RathjenLearning, Parents and friends

Is there any better way to find out what is happening at school with students than for them to tell you directly? From their very own perspective? Welcome to Student Led Conferences at St Peters Lutheran! Each year at the end of Term 3, all of the students from ELC- Year 7 embark on a journey of reflection, culminating in … Read More